Hierarchical structure and memory mechanisms in agreement attraction

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Description: Data and analysis code (RMarkdown) to support the article of the same name by Julie Franck & Matt Wagers published in PLOS ONE, 2020.

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Speakers occasionally produce verbs that agree with an element that is not the subject, a so-called ‘attractor’; likewise, comprehenders occasionally fail to notice agreement errors when the verb agrees with the attractor. Cross-linguistic studies converge in showing that attraction is modulated by the hierarchical position of the attractor in the sentence structure. We report two experiments expl...

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